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Specifically designed to withstand some of the most brutal punishment that the weather can throw at it, this easy-to-use little bag style case can keep your phone safe while at the same time allowing full usability. It was designed to withstand dust storms, handle large volumes of water without leaking and prevent any kind of infiltration from getting to your phone. It is the best solution that you can get for those surprise storms, difficult weather conditions, and overall general problems that all smartphone users have encountered.

Finding the perfect electronics gifts for the man or men in your life isn’t always as easy as it looks. On the other hand, you can’t go wrong with tech and electronics. From smart TVs to smart home accessories, speakers, earbuds, gaming gadgets, and everything in between, it’s tough to find a man who won’t appreciate some sort of electronics gadget.

This universal folding electronic organizer bag is the bag for men this season. Since it can be held in the hand, packed in a laptop bag, or stored in your suitcase, there will be no more bumps in his pants pockets due to bulky phones and gadgets. Plus, it will protect his equipment from getting wet in the rain or accidentally dropped and scratched. Not to it comes with a money-back guarantee.

Solgaard Design collecte des fonds sur Kickstarter pour son projet Lifepack: Solar Powered & Anti-Theft Backpack We’ve re-invented the mobile office. Solar powered USB charger, Bluetooth speakers, integrated lock, and an organized storage system.

Whether you’re hitting the gym, or running along the beach, music is a must.  Everyone has a “go-to” playlist for adding motivation and pushing them through their workout.  But all that movin’ and shakin’ requires headphones that will stay put.  Another must have?  Sweatproof buds.  Check out out favorite sports headphones – both wired and wireless, […]

The Bigwig: If you already have a Gmail account, a Pixel smartphone, and/or Chromecast, you’d benefit from picking up Google’s home device. Not only will you be able to tap into their absurdly vast network of information (everything from Play to Maps), but you can sync all your other Google stuff and access it from the device.

Dimensions: 29.5 x 32.7 x 5.5 cm (W x L x H) | GPU: 4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ based graphics engine | RAM: 8 GB of GDDR5, 1 GB DDR3 | Communication: USB 3.1, HDMI 2.0a, Ethernet, Optical Audio and PlayStation Camera ports, Dual-band 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 | Max Resolution: 3840 × 2160 | Maximum controllers: 4 | Storage: 1TB

Price: $592.95 So we close out our series of ergonomic office items and accessories with the SomaFit Synchro office chair. The guys over at SomaFit sent us this free demo to try out and also broke down…

Price: $49.95 E-Sports are becoming more and more popular. For some of us, the idea of sitting in some kind of arena and being a spectator to gamers playing in a multi-player video game is very new (and kind of crazy sounding). But we’ve continued to see major sponsors come running into the space…

Tired of dealing with boredom on long trips or having to stand still in a confined space for long periods of time? Well, this nifty little handheld console might just be the thing that you need and want. It offers over 100 classic games plus room for extra cartridges. In addition, it delivers great fidelity and a great handheld experience, keeping the excitement up while at the same time keeping the costs down. Still, it is small enough to fit into an average pocket. And, with its user-friendly design, expect hours of gaming fun.

We live in a time of input overload. The Sky box, your Blu-ray player, the new Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, streaming off your laptop or Chromecast from your mobile. Caavo fixes the confusion, configuring your eight most-used devices in one universal hub. It streamlines navigation, already works with Alexa (Siri and Google are coming) and doesn’t try to compete for your attention.

You might have seen this puppy being demonstrated on some hapless watermelons (above). How it works is simple: the handle contains a cartridge of pressurized carbon dioxide, and a special trigger vents it through a channel in the blade. When you stab something with it—like, say, a shark —and release the gas, it causes an internal explosion, massively damaging the target. Needless to say, this is gross but impressive.

The Typhoon H Plus is an upgraded version of Yuneec’s high-end drone and has a 20-megapixel camera that shoots 4K footage at 60 frames per second. It also costs $1,799, which puts it at the high end of the enthusiast market. The Firebird FPV is shaped like an airplane instead of a quadcopter. It can fly for 30 minutes on a charge and cost $699. The last drone is the HD Racer, which is built for speed. It’s only $179, but it features racing tech like low-latency video performance and an assisted mode for taking off after a crash.

The Moov Now doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you would associate with a fitness tracker. It doesn’t have GPS tracking, it doesn’t even have a screen; but what it does have is a cheap price tag and six-month battery life. Yes, you read that right: six months.

The Satechi LightMate Emergency LED Flash Light is much more than just a flash light. In fact, Satechi’s only mistake with this flash light is that they didn’t name it something like the Smart Light. This cool gadget has a ton of practical applications. First and foremost, of course, it has a super-bright LED light that’s safe (plastic), long lasting and highly visible. The light has 5 different modes, including bright, medium, dim, SOS and strobe. Secondly, it contains a 2200mAh portable power bank with a USB charging port and cable for emergency cell phone charging. It’s also waterproof and highly durable, with a nice weight to it. Finally, it also has a high-strength pointed alloy steel emergency glassbreaker in case you ever need it. The only situation I can imagine needing it is during a zombie apocalypse and you’re trying to break glass to grab an axe. At least, that’s the scenario I have worked out in my head. Still, the LightMate Emergency Flash Light makes a great gift for campers, travelers or anyone that frequently uses a flash light.

The Buds: Nothing fuels your workout like listening to your favorite high-energy mix. And it’s made all the better by the sound quality promised by Bose. Best of all, these exercise-focused earbuds do more than just pump in tunes – they feature fitness tracking bonuses like heart rate monitoring and can sync with some popular fitness apps.

1 x Detector. Name:Anti-spy detector. Has a signal strength indicator, to quickly find the source of the signal at. Detect radio waves (wireless cameras. Wiretapping, etc.). Sound detection and Silent…

OS: watchOS 4 | Compatibility: iOS | Display: 1.53″ OLED | Processor: S2 dual-core | Band sizes: Varies drastically per watch size | Onboard storage: 8GB / 16GB (Non-LTE and LTE respectively) | Battery: 18 hours | Charging method: Wireless | IP rating: IPX7 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC

Wheel is a record player in minimalist form. All of the necessary technology, including the modified Audio Technica AT95E cartridge, sits below the record and the only protrusion is the centre-stick that controls on/off, pause/play and volume. The Wheel, which can connect wirelessly to speakers just as easily as plugging into an amp or headphones, can be positioned to play vinyl horizontally or vertically and the AT95E cartridge offers a rich, warm sound. Available in cherry, walnut and mahogany.

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  1. Remember the days when a television was just a TV? Now, there are some very clever ones that offer incredibly high definition, but also function a bit more like a big-screen computer, letting you stream all your favorite services without the need for a cable box. This one from LG is one such example. Let’s not forget, however, that even without the smart options, this OLED TV – which delivers over a billion different display colors – is an impressive device.
    This is quite an intriguing toy that is designed and manufactured to work with modern day wireless technology and A.I. protocols. It is also a portable robot that can react to gestures and changes in its environment while at the same time providing hours and hours of amusement and entertainment. It relies on sensors to detect changes around it and responds to gestures, as well as simple interactions. Using wireless connectivity, it can connect and sync up to wireless and portable devices around the house. Plus, you can use its free app to control it from any phone, tablet, or computer.
    Here you will find a savvy collection of the latest technology, kitchen accessories, and gadgets to tinker with. We strive to provide some of the coolest tech products on the web all in one convenient location. From nifty camping gear to iPhone accessories there is just tech for just about anyone. Maybe a fidget cube for the kids or a q-tip crossbow for the kid at heart. We search all around the web including Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Thinkgeek, and Amazon for the latest trends in tech.
    Sony has come up with that it deems to be the world’s first truly wireless noise cancelling sports headphones, in the form of the WF-SP700N, and the WI-SP600N and WI-SP500 in-ear sports headphones. All three of them will boast of splash-proof designs in order to let the wearer enjoy sound while they are on the move. Targeting the active yet stylish music lover, the WF-SP700N truly wireless and WI-SP600N in-ear headphones will offer wireless noise cancelling in a manner that noise cancelling has not been done before, including in a high intensity cardio class or while walking or jogging. As for the WI-SP500 in-ear headphones, it will allow the wearer to train for longer with up to eight hours of battery life on a full charge, certainly more than enough time for you to complete a marathon and still have juice to spare!

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